Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Finally, Java 10 has var to declare Local Variables - JDK 10 New Feature

Hello guys, In this series of new features of Java 10 articles, today,s I am going to talk about probably the most popular and most useful, the introduction of var keyword (well, it's not really a keyword but I'll you later about it) in Java. If I am not wrong, this feature was supposed to come on Java 9 but dropped later. Finally, Java also has var keyword to declare variables which allows you to declare a variable without their type e.g. instead of doing String str = "Java" you can now just say var str = "Java". This may not sound much gain when declaring String or an int variable but consider about complex types with generics, this will surely save a lot of typing and also improves the readability of code.

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Top 10 Computer Programming and Sci-Fi Movies Programmers Should Watch

Guys, It's a fun time here, as Holidays are approaching, it's Movie time for many of us. Being a computer programmer, I love movies which are based on programmers life, work, and concept. Thankfully Hollywood is no short of movies based on computers, programming, and geeky technical stuff. Another day, I was pretty bored and when I look back to my DVD collection, I found Inception, Matrix Reloaded, and The Social Network, this all movies are in some way related to computers and technology, which strike me the idea to publish my list of Top 10 Computer programming movies.

Monday, March 5, 2018

3 Books to Learn Eclipse IDE for Java JEE Programmers - Best of Lot

In order to become a good Java developer solid knowledge of Eclipse IDE, or whatever IDE you use, like Netbeans or IntelliJIDea, is a must. Java has been blessed with excellent tooling which turbo-charge application development. IDEs or Integrated Development Environment allows you to code, run, test, and debug from just one tool. They are an immense productivity booster. Since I have started Java development coding in Notepad, TextPad, and JCreator, I know how it feels having the power of IDEs with you. There are three big IDEs in Java world, Eclipse, NetBeans and IntelliJIDea. First two are free, and the third one requires the license. I use Eclipse, and it's also the most popular IDE in Java world.